Getstats README -- What should be in this directory: getstats.XX.c The source code. README.vms Files for running and compiling getstats under VMS. domain.codes.txt A file which can be used to translate domain codes to their descriptions in domain reports. getstats.gif The getstats logo, which can be used in your HTML reports. statform.html An interactive HTML form front-end to getstats statform.c and the CGI C program needed to make it work. You will need the libcgi library at ftp://ftp.eit.com/pub/wsk/test/libcgi/ in order to compile this. The documentation's at http://www.eit.com/software/getstats/getstats.html ...and you can email kevinh@eit.com for suggestions, contributions, etc. Enjoy! -- Kevin Hughes kevinh@eit.com -- Description: *getstats* (formerly called "getsites") is a C program that will produce detailed, concise, monthly, weekly, daily summary, daily, hourly summary, hourly, domain, request, directory tree, and error reports from your World-Wide Web or Gopher server. Here's the details: * Works with CERN, NCSA, Plexus, GN, MacHTTP, and UNIX Gopher log files. * Supports the "common" Web log format. * All reports are in the same consistent format. * Basic statistics include server name and type, date, total requests last 7 days, unique hosts last 7 days, total unique hosts, number of HTML, script, and non-HTML requests, total number of requests, average load (requests per hour and day), number of bad requests, date coverage, and running time. * Detailed report includes host name, number of host requests, and last access date. * Monthly, weekly, daily, hourly, and summary reports are in vertical bar-chart format, with number of requests for each week or day. * You can add byte traffic statistics to every report. * Full, request, and domain reports can be sorted by requests, name, byte traffic, or date. * You can filter requests and IP or name addresses matching certain conditions. You can filter by date, hour and day conditions also. * You can generate "Top 10 (or any number)" lists. * getstats can take standard input, so you can pipe stuff to it. * getstats can produce HTML output. * Runs under VMS, DEC Ultrix, SunOS...